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  • #5144

    Hi there,

    How do I remove all the extra lines being added by this Display Theme to the links & images in my sidebars?

    Example: http://thegeekwhospeaks.com/blog/

    Look at the Twitter widget on the left. The Twitter logo has a line under it… so do the words “Join the Conversation” …and below that, there’s a line beneath the words “Twitter Search – Search.” I don’t want any of them to be there.

    I’ve been editing the CSS code, but nothing is working.

    Thanks!

    Cynthia

    #49014

    ALSO… look at the lines INSIDE the Twitter widget. None of them are supposed to be there — it’s something within the theme’s CSS code, and it’s messing up the look of the twitter feed.

    There’s not supposed to be a bunch of extra space or lines between each line of text. It looks terrible!

    Help?

    #49015

    If you go to this link, and look in the right column… you’ll see how the widget is supposed to appear:

    http://wp-plugins-themes.com/wp-plugin/wp-twitter-search-widget-wp-plugin/

    How can I fix the CSS so it doesn’t do all these weird things to my sidebars?

    #49016

    Hey,

    I can’t visit/investigate your website because it’s in “Maintenance Mode”.

    #49017

    Sorry… forgot that I had that set… it’s out of maintenance mode now, so you can look at it.

    Thanks!

    #49018

    Add following code to style.css (at the very bottom):

    #sidebar .box a, #sidebar ul li, #sidebar ul {
    border-bottom: none;
    }

    #sidebar .box .twtr-widget a, #sidebar .box .twtr-widget ul li, #sidebar .box .twtr-widget ul {
    background: none;
    border: none;
    }

    #sidebar .box .twtr-widget a {
    display: inline;
    line-height: normal;
    padding: 0;
    }

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